Compositing Masterclass

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Compositing is the process of combining images or videos together to create a convincingly unified end result. In this course, you'll master compositing techniques with professional masking tools, advanced blend modes, and more. As you learn, you'll work through real projects, such as creating a UFO scene.

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Introduction to the Compositing Masterclass

02:01

1.Welcome
1 lesson, 02:01

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1.1
Introduction to the Compositing Masterclass
02:01

2.Core Compositing Techniques
5 lessons, 40:11

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2.1
Tracking Smoke Into a Shot
07:48

2.2
Blending and Masking
07:11

2.3
Corner Pinning
08:05

2.4
Tracking Planes to Cure Difficult Shots
06:51

2.5
The Art of Compositing
10:16

3.Creative Compositing
5 lessons, 43:26

3.1
Tracking With Multiple Points
08:21

3.2
Adding 3D Shadows
10:19

3.3
Creating 3D Fog
06:44

3.4
Adding Sparks and Flashes To Video
07:24

3.5
Advanced Stabilization
10:38

4.Advanced Visual Effects Techniques
6 lessons, 48:26

4.1
Seeing Through An Actor’s Skin
07:51

4.2
Creating A Reflection
05:03

4.3
Manual Tracking
07:27

4.4
Animating Multiple Layers
10:24

4.5
Set Extension (Part 1)
07:49

4.6
Set Extension (Part 2)
09:52

5.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:59

5.1
Conclusion
00:59


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Lessons:
18
Length:
2.3 hours
About Christopher Kenworthy
Christopher Kenworthy (born 1968) is an Australian writer and former film director. He is the author of two novels, The Winter Inside and The Quality of Light for Serpent's Tail, along with a short story collection, Will You Hold Me? and the chapbook Sullom Hill. His fiction has been widely praised by authors such as Michael Moorcock, and anthologised in books such as The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. Born in Preston, England, he moved to Australia in 1997 and began a directing career which lasted until 2013. His Master Shots books are best-sellers for Michael Wiese Books. He is the director of The Sculptor. He won the Award For Directing (WA Screen Awards) in 2007. He directed many music videos, including Dreaming Light for Anathema (band).
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